Bruny Island vagrant

Subject: Bruny Island vagrant
From: Robert Hamilton <>
Date: Wed, 22 May 2013 06:46:29 +1000
I  recently had an amazing encounter with a small group of Banded Stilt on The 
Neck beach, Bruny Island, following up a Birdline report of their sighting a 
few days earlier.

A vagrant to mainland Tasmania , "Yellow Throat"  reports that  reasonable 
numbers have been seen in the far northeast  at Cape Portland earlier this 
year, with large numbers seen on Flinders Island for the past couple of years. 

They were more interested in feeding, virtually ignoring my presence, giving a 
great photographic opportunity.

Rob Hamilton
Margate, Tasmania


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